40th Anniversary – General Fund
Celebrating 40 years as the leading advocate for the economic and civic interest of the Houston Hispanic business community.
This year, the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is celebrating four decades of advocating for the economic and civic interests of the Houston Hispanic business community. Over the past forty years, the Chamber has evolved from a small group of active business leaders into the impactful organization with the reputation it enjoys today – the Leader of Houston’s New Majority ®.
Today, the Chamber represents the largest demographic group in the region, $60 billion in annual economic activity, and the fastest-growing voting bloc in the country.
And while we’re proud of the past 40 years, it’s now time to look forward.
Today we ask that you consider an investment in the Chamber’s 40th Anniversary General Fund Campaign. This campaign will help support the vision of the organization for the next 40 years, and your investment will allow us to expand our advocacy and influence across the region.
We appreciate and value your on-going support.
Advocating for Business
- Top Houston business groups endorse city bonds on Nov. 7 ballot
- Houston ranks really low on list of cities competing for Amazon HQ, says study
- Staples To Help Replenish Houston Small Businesses Affected By Harvey
- Mayor of Houston defends his proposed property tax hike
- Houston Hispanic spending to represent 25 percent of market by 2022
- Houston Hispanic Impact Summit on Telemundo
- Houston Hispanic Impact Summit on NPR
- Houston Public Media– Murillo included on Facebook Live interactive interview
- DACA And Harvey Recovery Take Center Stage At Hispanic Impact Summit
- Amid Harvey recovery, small businesses roll up sleeves and get back to work
- DACA News Coverage by Local TV Media
- 'Dreamers' now face uncertain future, including those who helped in Harvey
- Protesters hit Houston streets after President Trump ends DACA
- Murillo: Rockets ownership should reflect Houston
- SB4 Detractors Use The Money Factor To Ask For Its Repeal
- 'Sanctuary cities' law could cost Texas billions, activists say
- Murillo, Foster: When your home no longer is sanctuary SB 4 sends chilling message to all immigrants in Texas
- Trump's proposed Mexico tariff flusters Houston businesses
- Houstonians protest against President Trump's plan to build border wall
- Hispanic Chamber 'alarmed' by Trump's immigration orders
- Houston Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Representatives Attend Trump Inauguration
- Leader of Houston Hispanic Chamber expresses disappointment to Trump team in D.C.
- President of Houston Hispanic Chamber Met With Trump’s Transition Team
- Incubating diversity at the city controller's office
- Castro's death could open more business doors in Houston
- Latino business owners willing to give Trump a chance
- Houston business leaders sound off on Trump victory
- Texas and Mexico: ties that bind
- Houston's Cuba trade mission built up business relationships
- Houston mayor leads three-day trade mission to Cuba
- Turner, Houston business leaders seek opportunities in Cuba
- In Midst Of Oil Slump, There May Be Business For Some Of Houston’s Hispanic Firms
- The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Addresses Supreme Court Decision on Immigration Executive Orders